5 Most Common IELTS Task Response Mistakes Every week I mark dozens of IELTS essays, and each student has their own unique problems stopping them achieving a high score. Some struggle with subject/verb agreement, others have problems using joining their ideas, and many use unsuitable vocabulary . However, despite these differences, it never fails to amaze me that students make the same FIVE mistakes with Task Response, no matter which country they are from or what their level. So, in today’s blog post, I want to go through the 5 most common IELTS Task Response mistakes, and how you can avoid them 🚀
Do I need to include my opinion in the introduction to an IELTS Discuss Both Sides essay? This is the question I see most often on social media, and the one that shows me that IELTS students are focussing their preparation in the wrong place! So, in today’s blog, I won’t just answer this question – I’ll explain the logic behind my answer, so you can clear your confusion forever and never need to ask it again! First, let’s spend a couple of minutes thinking about what good introductions to essays need to do.